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The Life of Frederick Douglass (Legendary African Americans)

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In the 1500s, Spain built a fort at Saint Augustine, Florida. [11] France settled Louisiana, and the area around the Great Lakes. A commonality of belief in voluntarism and the power of women working together in women’s organizations united them. Once Tejas' population identified more with the United States than it did with Mexico proper, the hard work was already done. Bloodletting was used as both treatment and prevention. All-overish: Neither sick nor well; the premonitory symptoms of illness.

Pages: 98

Publisher: Enslow Publishers (September 1, 2014)

ISBN: 0766061337

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